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Senior Project Manager

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Job Type

Full Time

About the Role

The role of the Senior Project Manager is to orchestrate project team member responsibilities to successful complete their assigned projects. This leadership requires a high emphasis on safety, customer satisfaction, quality, communication, organization and pre-planning. The outline of responsibilities below may vary from project to project and expand as part of employee growth. This individual will be required to oversee multiple projects within the same time frame contingent upon size and complexity of project(s). Furthermore, size or complexity of project may require this individual to work with and manage other Project Managers. This is not intended to be an all-encompassing document and may not include everything that is required of this position based on the needs of TEAM Construction.



  • Will be asked to estimate projects or assist with estimating

  • Will be required to discover and estimate change orders that may come due to an RFI response, drawing revisions, schedule updates or field related impacts, etc.. Throughout construction activities

  • Generating change orders with appropriate back-up including drawing overlays, take-offs, time and material tickets, vendor invoices and photo documentation

Pre-construction Planning & Scheduling:

  • Have a deep understanding of project requirements and look for creative ways to increase field productivity including on or offsite prefabrication

  • Generate project schedules based upon achievable construction durations

  • Have thorough understanding of project schedule and partner with Superintendent and Client to achieve milestone dates.

  • Reviewing drawings for RFI’s, obtain responses to RFI’s prior to start of work to mitigate any delays in field production

Design / Build:

  • Have abilities to fully manage Owner/Architect and Design Team in a design / build scenario.  This requires thorough understanding of construction materials, applicable codes and industry standards. 

  • Manage Subcontractors / Consultants throughout Design / Build Phase.

Financial Controls:

  • Review and validation of project estimates

  • Create and maintain project budgets

  • Create schedule of values for their projects

  • Generate and track monthly progress billings

  • Discover, compile, submit and track change orders

  • Productivity tracking and review

  • Lead and provide the field with tools required to accurately track progress of construction

  • Complete Project Financial Forecasts as required by accounting

  • Maintain Project and Subcontractor Change Order Logs

  • Verify /review invoices via Foundation


Subcontractor Management:

  • Create bid packages as required during estimating, evaluate, and provide feedback on qualified bidders

  • Create Subcontract Agreements and/or Purchase Agreements

  • Monitor progress of subcontractors with Superintendent and to ensure they meet schedule

  • Collect and review subcontract progress billings

  • Verify/review PCO Logs, RFI Logs, Submittal Logs and Procurement Logs

  • Attend weekly Subcontractor Meetings onsite

Construction Progress:

  • Continually review budget versus actual

  • Orchestrate and manage quality control measures between different trades to produce the highest quality finish product to the client

  • Walk project site(s) on a routine basis to confirm field is organized, maintaining a clean work area, working with most current documents, and installing per project plans and specifications

  • Review updated 3 week look ahead

  • Review updated master schedule

  • Attend weekly OAC Meetings

Customer Relations:

  • Required to present yourself in professional manner

  • Build relationship with foundation of trust and integrity

  • Be responsible for maintaining Company accounts

  • Take a lead role in Client development

Field Coordination:

  • Create phasing / sequencing plans with Superintendent for Construction Activities

  • Become familiar with TEAM and OSHA safety standards and participate in safety walks and reporting

  • Ensure field supervision has all access to documents, tools, materials and equipment necessary to be successful prior to commencing work

Software & Technical Understanding:

  • MS Project / P6 – Understands how to program and manage a Critical Path Method schedule

  • Excel – Thorough understanding of inter-workings of this platform

  • Planswift / OST – Well versed in take-offs

  • All Microsoft Platforms

  • Bluebeam

  • Procore

About the Company

Project Management

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